Ofuro private spa お風呂: purifying rituals
Much more than a simple bath, the Ofuro bath is an ancient Japanese purifying ritual which was originally performed in wooden tubs made of Japanese cypress, “hinoki”. When you set foot inside our Ofuro private spa, you’ll be struck by the incredible power of simplicity: All that matters is here and now, you and your balance. The Zen philosophy of mindfulness comes to life in this ambience that is as unique as it is exclusive. Immerse yourself in the intimate and evocative atmosphere of this oasis with natural wooden elements.
First and only Ofuro bath in Trentino-South Tyrol
Extra service, upon reservation only
Step inside our Ofuro private spa. Here, bathed in the soft light of the lamps made of Japanese rice paper, you’ll discover our exclusive Ofuro bath, the first and only 41°C outdoor Ofuro bath in Trentino-South Tyrol. This 38m2 space has a simple and evocative linear style and is divided into an entrance area with changing facilities, two showers, each for two people and with bench and accessories for the Japanese washing ritual. Outside, you can look forward to the exclusive bath on the 26m2 private outdoor terrace with panoramic view of the UNESCO Dolomites World Heritage. Because #latemarmomemts always go hand in hand with the #latemarview.
Ofuro private spa
- Step-by-step booklet about the Japanese ritual
- Showers to wash each other with changing facilities
- Low, futon-style double loungers
- Low table with Japanese chairs
- TOP: the first and only 41°C outdoor Ofuro bath in Trentino-South Tyrol in direct contact with nature
- Aperitif with finger food & tea by our tea sommelier
The stages of your purifying ritual
Are you curious to discover how to perform this East-Asian ritual? We’ll explain it to you step by step!
- Step 1: Cleanse the body
Before immersing yourself in the Ofuro bath, it’s first important to wash your body and hair to eliminate the negativity and stress of daily life. During this step, you remain seated on wooden benches inside the showers and, if you’re enjoying the ritual as a couple, gently apply soap to each other to build intimacy and strengthen your bond. Then, carefully and attentively wash yourself.
PS. On request, it is possible to purchase a self-treatment set from the Dolomitika organic cosmetics line with a rice scrub and a cream to hydrate your skin at the end of the treatment.
- Step 2: Purify the soul
It’s time to immerse yourself in the 41°C outdoor Ofuro bath, which has space for up to two acquainted couples. Enter the bath completely nude, without submerging your head, and then simply relax while enjoying the dreamlike view. In keeping with Japanese tradition, you’ll be in direct contact with nature and will enjoy pure intimacy thanks to a pergola hiding you from sight from above.
- Step 3: Unwind
After immersing yourself in the hot water, you can relax inside on double futons, closing the curtain to create a more intimate atmosphere, or reclining outside next to the tub.
Booking: rates and inclusive services
Our wellness ritual is a must for those who dream of living an exclusive romantic wellness experience with their sweetheart. Recommended is the night experience, otherwise you can book for any time you prefer.
Here are our 3 packages to experience this unique pampering of mind and body regeneration:
Private Spa Ofuro ESSENTIAL - € 195.00 x2 people
The basic package that allows you to immerse your body and mind for 2 hours in the Japanese wellness experience, pampering yourself in the first and only Ofuro outdoor pool at 41° in the whole of Trentino and following the 4-step Japanese ritual, including Matcha tea, sweet welcome in Japanese style and typical clothing
Private Spa Ofuro PREMIUM - € 245.00 x2 people
All that includes the Essential package + #japanstyle aperi-dinner / brunch and fine Matcha tea
ROMANTIC Private Spa Ofuro - € 275.00 x2 people
Ofuro outdoor pool at 41° prepared in a romantic mood with red rose petals and red heart shaped-balloons + floating aperitivo with tray in water with bottle of Trento DOC (local sparkling wine) and Japanese finger food